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- MSCI ACWI
MSCI’s flagship global equity index, is designed to represent performance of the full opportunity set of large- and mid-cap stocks across 23 developed and 26 emerging markets.
MSCI ACWI Sustainable Impact Index
ESG Research is introducing tools and data designed to help institutional investors measure their alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the United Nations.
Index Solutions: Emerging Markets
The MSCI Emerging Markets(EM) Index was launched in 1988 including 10 countries with a weight of about 0.9% in the MSCI ACWI Index. Currently, it captures 26 countries across the globe and has a weight of 12% in the MSCI ACWI Index.
Global Investing: Looking Beyond North America
The weight of North American companies in global equity markets is at an all-time high, representing over 60% of market capitalization in the MSCI ACWI Index.
The LibertyQ Global Equity Index is based on the MSCI ACWI Index, its parent index, which includes large and mid-cap stocks across Developed and Emerging Market countries.
Global Investing: Tapping into Global and Regional Revenues
Although companies outside North America accounted for less than 40% of global equity market capitalization they captured almost 70% of the global revenues within the MSCI ACWI Index.
Modern Index Strategy
The MSCI ACWI Index offers a single, modern and fully integrated view with no gaps or overlaps, across all sources of equity returns in 23 developed and 23 emerging markets.
MSCI ESG Metrics is designed to deliver a broad set of standardized ESG data and simple metrics that are comparable across a broad universe of 8,500 companies (the MSCI ACWI Investable Market Index (IMI)).
The Invesco Revenue Weighted Global ESG Index is designed to represent the performance of companies that have historically demonstrated relatively higher risk adjusted performance and Industry Adjusted ESG Scores within the MSCI ACWI universe.
Emerging Markets: Established as core
The MSCI Emerging Markets Index’s weight in the MSCI ACWI Index rose from 0.9% in January 1987 to 12% in June 2020. EM continued to be characterized by its exposure to unique growth opportunities, significant dispersion of country performances, as well as the historical factor/ESG premium.